Design Sprint Bootcamp

Design Sprint Bootcamp

Optimally kickoff a project and introduce a new way of working

The Design Sprint Bootcamp is a 2-day workshop to optimally kickoff a project and introduce a new way of working. The team is set up for success by creating alignment on shared project goals and parameters, generating ideas and concepts as well as building and testing prototypes.

The outcome is a user-tested low-fidelity prototype of the product as well as a highly motivated and engaged team who will have achieved more in a short time than many would have thought possible.

The Design Sprint Bootcamp is a repeatable design process and equips participants with a set of tangible skills to incorporate into their everyday work.

In the AI Discovery Sprint we merge problem mapping tools from Design Thinking with inspiration checklists for AI products to generate concepts in a fast and structured way.

Deliverables & impact

  • A low-fidelity prototype, tested with real users
  • A team aligned on a concrete vision
  • Clear insights as to the next steps

When to run a Design Sprint Bootcamp?

The Design Sprint Bootcamp is ideal if ...

  • You are at the early stage of defining a new product or service
  • You want to set the direction on a new project
  • You want to introduce a new way of working

The team is set up for success by creating alignment on shared project goals and parameters, generating ideas and concepts as well as building and testing low-fidelity prototypes.

Who should take part?

Between 3 and 7 of your key team members. Typically stakeholders, product owners, domain experts, UX designers and engineers.

Format

Day #1: Map & Design

  • The participating team is brought up to speed, knowledge is shared and outcomes/goals are defined.
  • Solutions are ideated and sketched out.

Day #2: Prototype & Test

  • The retained solution is prototyped
  • The prototype is put into the hands of real users to get feedback on usability and desirability

And then ...

Based on the initial round of feedback a decision is made to either continue iterating and developing the product further in a second sprint or gear up for implementation.

Want to find out more?

Read our blog post on running design sprints

Ready to run a Design Sprint Bootcamp?

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We can run your Design Sprint Bootcamp in English, German or French